How to Make a Macrame Hammock | Hunker
Sometimes, relaxing on the porch requires a comfortable and stylish hammock. With a few tools and some basic math skills, you’ll have a beautiful chair that shows off your do-it-yourself skills. This hammock is made using the macrame technique, which requires knotting together cords.
Top 10 DIY Ideas for Bathroom Decoration - Top Inspired
A little decoration is always welcome in every bathroom. Sometimes an odd touch is what takes a bathroom from simple to designer. With some DIY projects you can apply the…
65cm Reclaimed pallet wood floating shelf / led candle holder shabby chic / country cottage furniture
Rustic wall hanging / floating shelf. Made from reclaimed pallet wood. Finished in rustic pine beeswax or can be supplied bare wood (not waxed) , please choose from the drop down menu. Suitable for any room and almost any use!!! If using with candles we suggest LED candles. Each shelf measures approximately 65cm wide x 45cm tall x 12cm deep , the actual usable shelf is 9.5cm deep. Ready to ship worldwide in 1-2 weeks.
Outside- DYI Fire Pit: A do-it-yourself step-by-step guide to building your own homemade, in-ground fire pit complete with redwood lid. Main fire hole is 3' in diameter and the entire pit has a diameter of 7'. Fire pit is about 1' deep. Made with leveling sand, gravel, lava rock, decorative rock, stones/brick, stepping stones, redwood (2x4 and 1x12s), handles and a fire grate. Enjoy!!
Hang your bike—for less…
While checking out this NYTime's Interactive on Wednesday, part of their "Shopping with [fillintheblank]" series in the Home & Garden section, this bike rack really jumped out at me. It's slim, it's good looking, and it's $13 on Amazon. We've talked about hanging bikes in small spaces before, but this one takes the cake at 10% of the cost of the Cycloc. You'll probably need Da Vinci's back tire tray as well for $6, bringing you